Will the shark-toothed Giganotosaurus take the bait and prowl into the enclosure. Dino researcher Luis Colby won’t rest until the fearsome carnivore is captured safely inside the fence. The perfect gift for dinosaur enthusiasts ages 4 and up, this 15-piece dinosaur playset comes with a dino researcher toy, a Giganotosaurus toy, a blue and yellow toy off-roader, a fence to capture the dinosaur, and lots of fun accessories for limitless storytelling.
The rugged off-road vehicle is loaded for any adventure the jungle can throw at Luis. Detachable doors open and close for a quick getaway in the face of danger. The off-roader toy even includes emergency supplies to change a flat tire or refuel on long journeys. Need to haul or lift something. Use the winch attached to the front of the truck perfect for hoisting bait to lure a carnivore into a gated enclosure. The Giganotosaurus figurine is so detailed, so authentic you’ll be lost in the story but always safe. Luis and his brothers, Maxx and Flynn (sold separately), are part of the Schleich Dinosaurs world of dino toys. Every day is a new adventure and a new story for fearless researchers. Where will their research take them next?
Schleich dinosaur figurines introduce the limitless possibilities of storytelling and imaginative play. From fierce Giganotosaurus toys and the popular brachiosaurus toy to our popular Large Dino Research Station, Schleich Dinosaurs let your stories run wild. Authentic dinosaur toys prowl with rich, accurate detail and texture, while full-featured dinosaur playsets bring action and learning to life. Our dino toy figurines love to crawl, fly and swim their way into stories featuring Schleich mythical creature toys, farm animal figurines and toy wild animals. Schleich dinosaur toys and playsets are built to last for generations. All our toys meet the highest national, international, and prehistoric safety standards.
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Scientists believe Giganotosaurus traveled in packs and worked together to hunt their prey. Do you think they ever argued over what toppings to get on their pizza?
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